PCs have long been known for their great value. This is part of the reason Microsoft was so successful. Affordable PCs were produced at high scale and sold at a high volume allowed Microsoft to gain a large amount of marketshare in the early days of the PC industry. Of course in an effort to make more money on low margins, build quality on PCs suffered along with a ruined experience with the introduction of crapware. There was practically no innovation from the OEMs after laptops became mainstream. The higher end of the PC market typically appealed to gamers. The two leaders in that market , Alienware and VooDoo were bought by Dell and HP, respectively….
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